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CYO

CYO NEWS!

St. Rose CYO is now part of the new combined Mater Dei CYO
(St. Rose, St. Stanislaus and St. Maria Goretti)

  

CYO DANCE at St. Rose of Lima

Supporting Mater Dei CYO

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26
7:30 to 10:00 PM - 
St. Rose Parish Center Gym

Click HERE for ticket and dance information

 

SIGN UPS FOR FALL 2019 SPORTS are now open!

If your child is interested, please sign up using SS Play (formerly SI Play) at www.materdeicyo.siplay.com
All CYO athletes must be a registered student at Mater Dei Catholic School or a registered participant in PREP/CCD (all grades).

 

FALL SPORTS INCLUDE:

  • CHEERLEADING (Grades 4 through 8)
  • CROSS COUNTRY (Grades K through 8)
  • FOOTBALL through Corpus Christi (Grades 5 through 8)
  • GIRLS VOLLEYBALL (Grades 5 through 8)
  • SOCCER (Grades K through 8)
  • SWIMMING through Corpus Christi (Grades K through 8)
For additional information on any fall sport, please send an email to materdeicyopa@gmail.com

 

St. Rose of Lima Parish, St. Maria Goretti Parish and St. Stanislaus Parish CYO have joined together…Three into One!

 Growing – Praying – Serving – Playing

STRONGER TOGETHER!

Merger launch flyer

Merger FAQ

Any child that is a member of St. Rose of Lima Parish is eligible to participate.

 

The Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) provides spiritual, athletic and social activities for the young people of our parish. Adults coach, encourage and support our youth. Dedicated youth representatives and adult advisors share ideas and plan upcoming events at monthly board meetings. CYO also offers community service projects and social opportunities for our parish youth. With the help of parents and other parish volunteers, our youth find fellowship and fun among their peers. Contact Bob Romano for more information at bob.romano@yahoo.com or 215-485-7098.

CYO Sports is one component of a parish’s comprehensive youth ministry program which enables the partnership of parents, coaches, priests, religious, teachers, and adult leaders to manage and support a sports program that allows youth to grow in their relationship with God and come to better understand themselves and the Catholic faith.

Such a program:

  • Employs healthy and enjoyable competition to promote the sharing of gospel values among athletes, parents, and coaches
  • Assists parish leadership in nourishing the emotional, spiritual, social and physical needs of young people
  • Encourages young people to appreciate the gifts that they possess, and challenges them to share these gifts with their community
  • Allows youth to witness the life of Christian discipleship in their coaches and adult leaders
  • Encourages youth to become responsible members of their faith community